American Central Transportation (ACT) revealed this week that it is enhancing spend for both business drivers and owner operators efficient Aug. 24, which all well and good, but the trucking fleet is also providing a benefit to motorists who set up a Lytx DriveCam system to their trucks. Phillip Wilt, primary operating officer of the household had truck fleet baseded in Liberty, Mo., stated the pay hikes reflect ACT’s desire to reward its motorists. “We want to be a market leader in regards to our pay and overall advantage plan for our motorists,” Wilt said. “We value the job our motorists do and we understand what you’re going through out there. Raising our pay ceiling is just one way we can reveal our motorists how crucial they are to us.” Witt said that in addition to pay boosts, the business is likewise including a $0.02 per mile pay increase for all owner operators who add the Lytx DriveCam system to their trucks. “Giving them this increase is our way of stating thanks for making our fleet even much safer with the addition of a drive cam,” Witt said. We’re very happy with ACT’s safety record and this is an important step in protecting our drivers and the motoring public.” “We want to get every motorist back home to their households, safely and well took care of,” said ACT President Tom Kretsinger, Jr. “Security and taking care of families are two of our core values, together with responsibility, integrity and regard. These pay raises, together with our total benefit package are simply another method we support our drivers.” Effective next week, OTR company motorists will certainly get a $0.02 per mile pay boost, which will certainly be contributed to the $0.01 per mile anniversary increase offered previously this year. Together, these raises– an overall 7 percent increase– lead to a pay rate of as much as an optimum of $.52 per mile spent for all miles, plus fuel reward. Lytx Inc., a global leader in video-based motorist security, includes the Lytx DriveCam Program that makes it possible for truck fleets to minimize accident …
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BILOXI, MS (WLOX) – A brand-new piece of firefighting equipment signed up with the Biloxi Fire Department fleet Thursday. The $1 million ladder truck will certainly assist firefighters handle high increase fires and rescues. The new truck, which will be stationed at the Lee-Chinn Fire Station on Veterans Avenue, replaces a 22-year-old ladder truck. This truck is now one of 5 ladder trucks the city has in its fleet to eliminate flames. “It’s generally developed for rescue, but it’s also developed to eliminate huge fires. When you have big fire you need big water,” stated Fire Chief Joe Boney. “This thing can produce over 2,000 gallons a minute.” The truck cost $992,000 and was spent for with Community Advancement Block Grant funds. Copyright 2015 WLOX. All rights reserved … See all stories on this subject
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